Join us for the 4th Annual Southside Place Color Dash on October 12th, 2019 at 8:30 AM. Let's race with flying colors (literally!) as participants run through Southside Place streets dodging clouds of colorful hues! And following our rainbow bath, come clean up with the SSP Firetruck hoses at the Southside Place pool for a pool party until noon!! All funds raised by the Color Dash go toward improving the Fire Truck Park facilities. The Southside Fire Truck Park Fund is a 501(c)(3) organization (Federal ID 76-0370125). Registration is open to everyone, including non-Southside Place residents.
Thank you again to everyone who came out to donate and for helping to make this day a success. There were 77 units of blood collect which will impact 196 lives. All proceeds were given directly to Lt. Baker and his family.
On Sunday, March 24, neighbors gathered for a picnic in the garden with live classical music conducted by Rice University Shepherd School of Music. It was an enjoyable event for the whole family. Our neighbor, Tom Cross, brought his vision of a music venue in the garden to reality. Thank you Tom and thank you Southside Place USA for your sponsorship.
The Easter Egg Hunt will begin at 4PM SHARP. The Easter Bunny will be available for pictures from 3:30PM - 4:30PM.
Please plan to attend the 7th Annual Southside Place Community Garden party on Sunday April 28 from 4:30 - 7:30 on the garden lot.
Join us for another fabulous outdoor party to benefit the garden. Music, food, drinks and fun for the whole family. DIY container planting! Open play Bocce ball and other games! Silent auction! Bring your checkbooks! $20 per adult, payable at the garden gate. Kids are free!
Visit Southside Place Community Garden website for the latest information on the party.
Hot dogs and Hamburgers. Visit with the members of the Police and Fire Departments, Parks (Summer Programs) and City Staff.
After dinner, stay and enjoy a family movie as we watch The Sandlot.
Movie will begin at dusk.
In the event of bad weather, the movie will be moved inside the clubhouse.
Despite the threat of flooding days before there were over 150 residents who joined the festivities from the parade to the pool on July 4th. Thank you to the Southside Place Police and Fire Departments and Parks and Rec staff for all their hard work making this day a success.